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: they announced a crisis. $30 million deficit. >> every year, we scramble to come up with funds. >> every year, they raise fares and freeze salaries. he would be asked to move money around. initially, you went alon with it, why? >> it was a sad story. the caltrain is in the red. okay, we are saving for a rainy day, but it's not raining. >> reporter: he was told to reverse journal entries. consultant and management coaches come out of the proper account. he was told to go in and reverse the payments so they came from an insurance account. it was a way to hide how much was being paid. >> why? why are we doing it? it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: through a public records we asked them to review it. they called it errors. >> honest mistakes happen every year. >> reporter: it happened many times over many years. people who did the accounting entries say it is fraud. how do you respond to that? >> over many years we have gotten awards every year for accounting practices. >> reporter: mike spoke to us. why would you pay consultants and management coaches out of an insurance fund. >> i didn't know
calendar year. livermore, in six months, only had 2.08 inch of rainfall. napa, 3.21. we're at a deficit of anywhere from 10 to 15 inches. yes, it is a very dry october. trace amounts to .05 an inch. keep in mind, we pick up the heaviest rain for the bay throughout january and also into march. so there is still hope in that forecast. and right now, we're not doing too bad when you look at things overall. fir from about 20% to 72% of normal. it's certainly he something that is in the back of our minds as we continue to track this weather pattern for the next upcoming week. any kind of rain drops will definitely help the situation out. >> okay. thank you, jeff. >>> murder case moving forward. six months after an off-duty paramedic was shot to death in the oakland hill, a judge has ruled at least one teenager will stand trial for the killing. nbc bay area's cheryl hurd joins us from oakland with today's developments. it's a very emotional case. >> reporter: especially for liz boyer, quinn boyer's widow. meanwhile, one homicide detective was the only person to take the stand here on the seco
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